West Midland Safari Park
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West Midland Safari Park is home to some of the worlds most beautiful and critically endangered exotic animal species.
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Go wild on a four-mile self-drive safari; visit the Discovery Trail; enjoy amusement rides.
The safari park is an all round crowd pleaser. You can drive amongst Rhinos, Giraffes, Camels, Zebras, Lions and much more! There is also a theme park with rides for all attached to the park, plenty of eateries, a dinosaur park, petting zoo and sea lion show. It really is a fantastic day out.
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